The latest (July/August) issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is out now. Top stories include…

• Practice management: Allan Carton of Inpractice UK advises on implementing a hosted practice management system
• Cloud computing issues: John Bloor of Prettys introduces DropBox and considers the data protection issues
• Practice management: Chris Hadrill of Redmans considers the costs and benefits of moving to a dispersed (virtual) business model
• Resources: Amanda Millmore describes the best Legal Web resources in criminal, family, property and civil law
• Information law: Timothy Pitt-Payne QC of 11KBW reviews recent developments in this fast-moving and diverse area
• Publishers: In the first in a series by Nick Holmes, small independent publishers describe their law update services
• CPD for solicitors: Information on our Solicitors and the Internet 2013 CPD course based on material from the Newsletter
• In a sponsored feature: Julian Bryan of Quill Pinpoint explains how outsourced cashiering works
• In an online extra coming soon: Charles Christian on the consumerisation of Software as a Service and its potential impact on legal software vendors*

Online access

You can access the Newsletter online at www.infolaw.co.uk/newsletter/

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* This will also appear as an UnCut column on the Insider site next week